The Los Angeles Police Department is one step closer to being more transparent with the citizens it is tasked to protect and serve. After years of refusing to do so, the department will adopt a policy that requires the release of bodycam and dashcam footage to the public.
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A teenager’s murder conviction was overturned Friday by a federal appeals court, which ruled that the Los Angeles Police Department violated the teen’s rights by denying his request for a lawyer and forcing him into a confession.
The Los Angeles police officer who was caught on video kicking, punching and elbowing a black man who was being held down on the street was sentenced to just two years’ probation Tuesday as part of a plea deal with prosecutors that has been criticized as being too lenient.
The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday that it will not be filing criminal charges against the two police officers who shot and killed a woman in 2015, once again going against a ruling of the Los Angeles Police Commission.
The Los Angeles police officer at the center of the fatal shooting of an unarmed man in Venice Beach, Calif., two years ago is now facing charges that he committed domestic violence against two women in California’s Orange County.
The Los Angeles Police Commission voted on a policy Tuesday that would require all LAPD officers to try to defuse situations whenever possible before firing their guns, with the specific aim of decreasing the number of officer-involved shootings.
The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday approved a $2 million settlement with the family of a man who was shot and killed by police in his driveway after his family called for help because he was exhibiting suicidal behavior.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office has once again decided not to pursue charges against a Los Angeles police officer who fatally shot an unarmed man after a car chase in March 2015, even though the city’s Police Commission determined that the shooting was unjustified.
The Los Angeles Police Department has released the name of the off-duty police officer who was caught on video last week firing his gun while involved in an altercation with teenagers in Anaheim, Calif.
Immigration officers have been identifying themselves as “police” when searching for people living in the country illegally, and top elected officials in Los Angeles are urging federal authorities to bring that practice to a stop.
Two days ago, the Los Angeles City Council’s Public Safety Committee pressed the Los Angeles Police Department for detailed explanations of how officers are deployed across city streets, amid concerns that there aren’t enough cops working patrol duty to adequately respond to calls for help.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck announced Monday that the city's Police Department will not change its stance on immigration enforcement even as President-elect Donald Trump has promised to be tougher on immigration and deport criminal immigrants, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The parents of a mentally ill man who was shot and killed by Los Angeles police officers in 2014 have settled their wrongful death and state civil rights lawsuit with the city, the Los Angeles Times reports.
A Los Angeles Police Department detective who was investigating the rape allegations against NBA's Derrick Rose has died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities confirmed Wednesday, the Los Angeles Times reports.
ProPublica has released the video of the in-custody death of Vachel Howard that, it says, the Los Angeles Police Department didn't want released.
Authorities have identified the UCLA gunman in the murder-suicide on campus Wednesday as Mainak Sarkar, a former doctoral student who accused his victim of stealing his computer code and giving it to someone else, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Updated Wednesday, June 1, 3:30 p.m. EDT: Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck declared the UCLA campus safe after confirming that the shooter was one of two men killed in a small office in a building on the campus’s engineering complex, the Los Angeles Times reports.